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golden oldie steadybreaker

Posted by lianne (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 26, 07 at 8:58


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Wow, that's cool! Wonder if it could be made into a street rod for a car show??? doubt it!


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So neat, do you know whjat year it is? I'm guessing early 50's. My grandpa had a 1950 chevy truck on the farm. It never went more than 3 miles into town. My brother bought it from him in the late 80's and it still had the original tires on the front!
Ron


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Those old trucks are great. Imagine the stories it could tell.

I hate to see them left to rust. When they are gone, there won't be anymore. Wish everyone had the bucks to restore them to original.


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Lianne, DH had to explain "steadybreaker" to me, cause I thought it was a Chevy!


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Love the old original cars...nice shot!

Juanita


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Neat, I have a late 40's GMC very much like it, but less rusty, in a barn out on a family farm at the moment. Some day, I keep telling myself I'm going to get around to fixing it up.


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Cool pick-up, Liannie!
JoanMN


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